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Education, Entertainment, Sports, Syracuse

High School Sports In Central New York May Be Delayed Due To A Contract Disputre

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By: Kylan Watson, Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) — The start of the fall high school sports season is less than three weeks away in Central New York.  However, there is an ongoing contract dispute which could delay it. Section III Athletics and the New York State Certified Football Officials Association (NYSCFO) have been engaged in […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Environment, Government, Health, Politics, Public Safety, Syracuse, Travel

Skaneateles Closes Beaches, DEC Tests for Toxic Blue Green Algae

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Audio Transcript: Skaneateles Closes Beaches… By Natalie Maier SKANEATELES, N.Y. (NCC News) – The Village of Skaneateles public beach was closed today as large, visible blooms of blue green algae floated at the shore. The Department of Environmental Conservation has tested the blooms and is waiting on results later this week to see if they are […]

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Food

Executive Chef, Joe Bilecki Wears More Than One Hat at With Love, Restaurant

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Listen above to learn more about Bilecki’s role at With Love, Restaurant.  Audio Transcript: Young.Bilecki.Assign8.Script By Isis Young SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – “With Love, Restaurant” is a teaching restaurant and entrepreneur incubator for Onondaga County College students aspiring to run a restaurant. Joe Bilecki is the Executive Chef who works closely with the students through teaching […]

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Central New York, Environment, Health

Central New Yorkers May Be At Risk Of Catching Rare Virus

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Click the link above to learn more about triple-e, or read the transcript.  By Dominick Muccilo, SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Eastern Equine Encephalitis, known as “EEE” could pose more severe implications to the area than West Nile Virus. The West Nile Virus happens seasonally but EEE doesn’t. Lisa Letteney, the Director of Environmental Health in Onondaga […]

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Central New York

A Green Energy Powerhouse

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Click the play button above to learn about Syracuse University’s commitment to green energy. Audio Transcript: Feature News Story_Sheehan By Kendra Sheehan, SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) —In addition to its many accolades, Syracuse University can now be considered a powerhouse in its commitment to Green Energy. In 2017, SU was recognized as a conference champion in […]

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Community

Local Artist Hopes to Unite a City

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Click the play button above to learn about the murals being painted under the S. Salina St. bridge. Audio Transcript:Story Feature_Sheehan By Kendra Sheehan, SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — A once run-down, crumbling bridge has been given a fresh makeover. Located under South Salina, the bridge serves as a divide between Downtown and the south side […]

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Arts, Central New York, Education, Entertainment, Syracuse

Syracuse Theater Group Is Letting Their Art Speak Up For Them

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By Kylan Watson, Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) — Young people have been mobilizing all around the country and speaking out against gun violence. In Syracuse, a teenage performance group called The Media Unit is using their art speak out about recent events. The Media Unit is putting on a production called “Enough is Enough.” Students […]

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Central New York, Environment, Government, Health, Politics, Poverty, Public Safety, Syracuse, Transportation

I-81 Plans Bring New Concerns About Exposure to Lead

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Click play to hear why a local lead task force member is worried about more than just old housing. Audio Transcript: Maier – Lead on Syracuse’s Bridges By Natalie Maier SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Plans to renovate Interstate Route 81 have been the topic of conversation for over six months now. But local safety activists have […]

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Pets

Syracuse Officials Want People to See Dogs as ‘Part of the Family’

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Listen here to learn more about how this new partnership will help with dog licensing in Syracuse. Audio transcript: Dog Licensing Syracuse By Fernando Garcia-Franceschini SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – The city of Syracuse is working towards getting more dogs licensed by creating a partnership with Canadian organization DocuPet. City Clerk John Copanas said the […]

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Central New York

Hiroshima Day Procession Sets a Solemn Tone in Downtown Syracuse

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Click here to learn about what occurred when America dropped a bomb on Hiroshima over 70 years ago, and how some citizens in Syracuse are commemorating the anniversary of this event. Audio Transcript: Syracuse Hiroshima Day Procession Keir Chapman SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — It has been 73 years since the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. On Aug. 6, 1945, America […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Health

Chocolate Race Raises Awareness for AMV Disorder

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https://soundcloud.com/kayla-burton-37434096/kelleigh-gustafsons-chocolate-challenge Audio Transcript: Chocolate Challenge Script By Kayla Burton SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS)-  On Saturday, July 29, 2018, the first ever Chocolate Challenge 5K and 10K race will take place at 8:00 a.m. at Le Moyne College. This race consists of various kinds of chocolate including chocolate bars, chocolate ice cream, chocolate fountains, chocolate chips, chocolate kisses, […]

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